​ALLPS School of Innovation recently hosted the citywide kickoff for Black History Month! The celebration included special guests Ja’Dayia Kursh, the first Black rodeo queen in Arkansas, Mayor Lioneld Jordan, and Fayetteville Public Education Executive Director, Cambre Horne-Brooks among others.
AMI Day on Monday, January 30
School Bus
Snow Day
Mr. David McClure, Principal Woodland Junior High School
FPS Superintendent Search
Summer Meals
Colbert Middle School Named
FPS Earth Week April 18-22
Student studying at home
Pictures of stick figures staying home in their own house.
Student in face mask
Be sure to watch our own Rebel Hays when he is honored on the Musial Awards on TV on Christmas Day! Truly an inspirational young person!
Homeless Vigil
Student in face mask
FPS Child Nutrition Employees
Headshot of Mary Claire Hyatt, General Counsel
 Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics  For students age 12 and up    Date:  Tuesday, September 14   Location/Hours:   Fayetteville High School: 8:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. in Bulldog Arena Ramay Jr. High: 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the gymnasium ALLPS: 10:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Woodland Jr. High: 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the back gymnasium   Students can receive either their first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at these clinics.    Please download, print, and sign the consent form at this link. Students must bring it with them to both of the clinics.  Students are also required to bring a FERPA form signed by a parent/guardian. It may be found at this link.    Parents, please send a copy of your child’s health insurance information card (front and back) to vaccine clinics. Health insurance is NOT required to receive the vaccinations, and there is no charge to families for the vaccine.    Thank you for your support of this important work!